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Texas fever in the Philippine Islands and the Far East. (1904)

Author: Jobling, James W; Woolley, Paul G., author; Banks, Charles S., author
Subject: Babesiosis in cattle; Boophilus australis
Publisher: Manila : Bureau of Public printing
Language: English
Call number: 30000008506483
Digitizing sponsor: Boston Public Library
Book contributor: Boston Public Library
Collection: bplill; bostonpubliclibrary; americana

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The first paper is the result of observations made in the Serum laboratory. The second paper forms Bulletin no. 2 of the Entomological division, Biological laboratory

"Some recent reviews on Texas fever": p. 11

"The Australian cattle ticks. Boophilus australis Fuller. Bibliography": p. 21

Bound volume includes: 1. A fatal infection by a hitherto undescribed chromogenic bacterium: Bacillus aureus ftidus -- 2. Texas fever in the Philippine Islands and the Far East, and; The Australian tick (Boophilus australis Fuller) in the Philippine Islands -- 3. Report on Bacillus violaceous manilæ -- 4.Protective inoculation against Asiatic cholera -- 5. New or noteworthy Philippine plants. II. -- 6. I. Amebas : their cultivation and etiologic significance; II. Treatment of intestinal amebiasis -- 7. Some observations on the biology of the cholera spirillum -- 8. I. Does latent or dormant plague exist where the disease is endemic; II. Broncho-pneumonia of cattle: its association with B. bovisepticus; III. Report on pinto (paño blanco); IV. Notes on analysis of the water from the Manila water supply; V. Frambsia: its occurrence in natives of the Philippine Islands

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